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Two powerful female warriors must journey across a post-apocalyptic land to fight a ritual duel, and fulfill an ancient prophecy.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Cecily Fay ... Boudiccu
Joelle Simpson Joelle Simpson ... White Arrow
Helen Steinway Bailey ... Djahn / Falonex Soldier / Raider
Christian Howard ... Finvarrah / Raider
Merrilees Fay Harris Merrilees Fay Harris ... Morwenna
Will Brenton Will Brenton ... Falonex Emperor
Loveday Holly Loveday Holly ... Danan Sidhe Guru / Danan Sidhe Fighter
Alison Jones Alison Jones ... The Morrighan
Simon Feilder Simon Feilder ... Falonex Messenger
Keith Eyles Keith Eyles ... Gravin
Brendan Carr Brendan Carr ... Tetherin
Ryan Stuart ... Malik
Jennie Flader Jennie Flader ... Silver Rain
Penni Tovey Penni Tovey ... Valexia
Aidan Cook ... Cameron
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Two powerful female warriors must journey across a post-apocalyptic land to fight a ritual duel, and fulfill an ancient prophecy.

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 May 2015 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Warrioress - Kriegerinnen des Lichts See more »

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Exmoor, Somerset, England, UK See more »

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Boudiccu chases Djhan on horseback, and they fight in the forest. When they wrestle all-in on the ground, Djhan gets out of an attempted leg-scissors to her neck by biting Boudiccu's lower leg. However, this is covered by a thick calf boot, shown in close-up. See more »

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Warrioress
Written, arranged and produced by Cecily Fay
Vocals by Christian Howard and Cecily Fay
Guitar by Anthony Britton
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Shut up and fight!
18 July 2014 | by kimberlymhnSee all my reviews

Set in a post apocalyptic era, Warrioress is a largely enjoyable low-budget British fantasy movie. I say largely because the director Ross Boyask & writer and star Cecily Fay fall into the trap of padding out the movie with way too much meandering dialogue that isn't well written enough or well performed enough to be interesting. I'm sure it was John Milius who said when he was faced with writing 'Conan the Barbarian' he knew he'd be dealing with a cast who weren't trained actors, so he kept the dialogue to a minimum for Arnold, Sandahl & company. These rules should apply to all movies of the fantasy genre unless there is the genuine acting talent available. Now the negatives are out of the way, though Cecily Fay and her cast may be weak actors, the same cannot be said about the energy they all put into the many action sequences in the movie. Cecily Fay who plays Boudicca, is tiny, under five feet tall, but is a trained martial artist and dancer and uses these skills effectively as she lays waste to hordes of enemies. Aided by the bigger, butch Joelle Simpson who plays White Arrow, the two women are deadly, but it is Fay who steals the show with her very convincing skills. She moves gracefully and powerfully with absolutely no wires or CGI, scampering from one killing to another like a human black widow. One favourite sequence is where she is between two enemies, so she leaps over and behind one, grabs his sword holding arm, propels him forward so the sword impales the other then hurls him to the ground where she snaps his neck and bounces up to seek her next victim! Though her character Boudicca is a heroine, she is brutal & sadistic, thinking nothing about hurling a knife into the back of a terrified fleeing opponent or driving a dagger through a downed and already defeated foe. Another plus of Warrioress for fans of female action is no guy shows up to protect the heroine or hog the action, something - that used to happen nearly all Cynthia Rothrock's American movies. Apart from Boudicca's love interest, the men of Warrioress exist only to be punched, kicked, thrown, stabbed, clubbed or neck-snapped!

The rest of the cast including Zara Phythian in a small cameo & Fay's main nemesis Helen Steinway Bailey also display genuine skill and grace as they pound each other mercilessly. Kudos must also go to the legion of Ms Fay's victims who also bring plenty of enthusiasm to their roles. The only gripe would be the amount of yelping and shouting that goes on as the women fight which does get a little annoying. Due to the tedium of the non-action portions of movie, Warrioress is no Conan the Barbarian or Mad Max, but sits nicely alongside movies like 'Ator', 'SHE' & 'The Beastmaster' that followed them. Both Cecily Fay and Ross Boyask should look at where their strengths lay & capitalise on them. Cecily Fay despite her lack of inches and real acting ability has a lot of charisma and could easily be the British Cynthia Rothrock,- but less speaking and shrieking! As for Boyask he needs to work harder at getting his actors to deliver their lines more naturally though there are no complaints about the action. The picture quality of the DVD was a little grainy, but on he whole Warrioress is pretty entertaining! Its pleasing to see a low budget British feature that isn't plain awful!


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